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  • Cracker’s Journey Continues – Part 2
    Remember Cracker? You might recall our 2019 article about her. She was 18 years young then. Now 20, we wondered how she is doing and thought you might like to Read more
  • Healthcare for your Senior Cat
    What is a Senior Cat? According to the American Association of Feline Practitioners (AAFP) there isn’t one specific age that classifies a cat as senior. Like people, some cats age faster Read more
  • Just Cats Practice Manager receives VHMA 2021 Emerging Leader Scholarship
    Missy Filarecki, practice manager at Just Cats Veterinary Clinic, was awarded the 2021 Emerging Leaders Program scholarship by the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA). This prestigious honor is given to a Read more
  • Scout’s Annual Checkup
    By Darryl McGrath My cat Scout is an endearing paradox. You would expect Scout—a big, hefty, former backyard stray—to be the tough guy at the top of the feline social order Read more
  • Telemedicine Benefits Just Cats Patients and Clients
    Dr. Theresa Tommell at Just Cats Veterinary Clinic has been providing telemedicine appointments since April, 2020. We took a few moments to catch up with her to find out how Read more
  • Boarding at Just Cats Brings Peace of Mind
    Sometimes we just need peace of mind. A plan – if we go away over the holidays and can’t bring our cat. A plan – if we get sick for Read more
  • Kitty Belly
    So you’ve noticed that pouch. It rhythmically swings as your cat walks. You’ve wondered if even your leanest feline is actually overweight. The truth is, it’s a purposeful part of Read more
  • Project Kindness
    While most of our clients are extraordinarily understanding and grateful for our feline specialty care during this time of COVID social distancing, we must also report multiple instances of unnecessarily Read more
  • The Little Kitten Who Could
    By Dr. Susan Sikule Two stray cats were spotted in the village and, instead of animal control, my sister called me, the only veterinarian in the family. One was black, one Read more
  • When a House Cat Escapes
    Walter, Just Cats’ handsome “house” cat escaped a few months ago while staying with a foster family in the area. With the clinic closed due to the pandemic, we knew Read more
  • Fear-Free Certification
    Whether your feline is experiencing symptoms of an illness or you are simply bringing her or him in for a regular check-up, the last thing on your mind is probably Read more
  • Greyson - How Your Donations Help
    We’d like to introduce you to Greyson, a handsome 9-year-old who came into our office because his family noticed he was having some trouble urinating, and there appeared to be Read more
  • Nine Lives Fund Saves Lives
    In this unprecedented time, we see personal hardship all around us. Many people are struggling to pay their bills, including for veterinary healthcare. Now more than ever, we need our pets Read more
  • More Time at Home: Learn More About Your Cat
    By Susan Sikule, DVM You are home nearly all the time now . . . why is your cat acting this way? It just might be that you never noticed some of Read more
  • Just Cats Launches Telemedicine
    In this time of uncertainty we are excited to announce we are launching a telemedicine platform which brings you health care for your cat in the comfort of your own Read more
  • Support Your Local Veterinarian
    We at Just Cats believe in supporting small local businesses and giving back to the community. Purchasing products from us rather than large corporations is helping families and people within Read more